Pool Society Weekend Old Medical College
Annually in March and August


Approved by ASRT for Category A credit!

Presented by
Medical College of Georgia at
Georgia Health Sciences University
Department of Radiology and
Division of Continuing Education


W. H. PoolA Teacher First...
The W. H. Pool Jr. Society was formed in 2005 to honor the contributions of Dr. W. H. Pool Jr., Professor Emeritus and chair of the Georgia Health Sciences University Department of Radiology from 1974-87. Dr. Pool, a 1952 Medical College of Georgia graduate, completed his residency at Georgia Health Sciences University, then served on the faculty for all but two years from 1957-90. The senior class of the Medical College of Georgia presented him with Teaching Excellence Awards each year from 1968-71. He was also noted as an excellent educator by the radiology residents of the class of 1989 and the family medicine residents of the class of 1985.

PURPOSE

The focus of this course will be the use of Computed Tomography (CT ) in clinical practice.

OBJECTIVES
This course should enable participants to:
 ■  Explain the physics of CT
 ■  Examine the clinical indications, findings and role of CT in patient care
 ■  Describe the changing role of CT in health care reform

TARGETED AUDIENCE
This course is designed for diagnostic radiologists, radiologists, therapists and other health care professionals.

ACCREDITATION
The Medical College of Georgia at Georgia Health Sciences University is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

DESIGNATION
The Medical College of Georgia at Georgia Health Sciences University designates this educational activity for a maximum of 15 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

This activity is approved by ASRT for Category A credit.

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
Pool Society lectures are supported by the Dr. John Scott Coleman Lecture Fund and the MCG Foundation.